- On April 14, 2017
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CoreLife Eatery will open in Ithaca with a “Pay What You Choose” benefit to the Ithaca Rescue Mission on Thursday, April 20, 11:30am to 7:30pm in its new location at 740 South Meadow Street. Diners are invited to try the CoreLife menu and select their price, with proceeds going to the Rescue Mission’s programs to end hunger and homelessness in Tompkins County.
CoreLife cofounder Todd Mansfield stopped by WHCU radio to talk about the restaurant, its menu and the reason it selected the Ithaca Rescue Mission to benefit from this event. (Hear him at http://whcuradio.com/morning-newswatch/corelife-supports-our-rescue-mission/)
“At this time of year, with Easter in a few days and the notion of caring for our neighbor – you tell me a better place to care for humanity and care for people than the Ithaca Rescue Mission,” he said. Founded in Syracuse, this will be CoreLife Eatery’s 10th restaurant in Upstate New York.